What I’ve read in 2014

Since this is my first post in the second half of 2014, I thought I'd post my completed reading list. This year, I'm planning to read 52 books, which means I'm currently two books ahead of schedule.

The items I've included in bold are ones that I got the most out of. Please understand that this does not mean the others were bad. They just weren't "as good."

  1. Multi-Careering by Bob Goff
  2. Death in the Haymarket by James Green
  3. Works of Hesiod by Hesiod
  4. Pro FutrA&S by Baylor University
  5. 100 Foreskins by Jason Michelli
  6. Black Elk Speaks by John Neihardt
  7. The Homeric Hymns by Homer
  8. Graceā€¦(Eventually) by Anne Lamott
  9. Egghead: Or, You Can't Survive on Ideas Alone by Bo Burnham
  10. The Odyssey by Homer
  11. The Leo Frank Case by Leonard Dinnerstein
  12. Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey
  13. What the Most Successful People do Before Breakfast by Laura Vanderkam
  14. Popular by Tindell Baldwin
  15. Hiroshima by Ronald Takaki
  16. Show Your Work by Austin Kleon
  17. The Oresteia by Aeschulys
  18. The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss
  19. No Perfect People Allowed by John Burke
  20. The Moral Play of Everyman
  21. Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
  22. Vital Signs by Tony Morgan
  23. Sophocles: The Complete Plays by Sopocles
  24. A Collection of Ten Plays by Euripides
  25. Born in the Fourth of July by Ron Kovic
  26. Purple Cow by Seth Godin
  27. All Marketers Are Liars by Seth Godin
  28. Ctrl Alt Delete by Mitch Joel

(Note: I didn't include links because you shouldn't buy them from Amazon. Go shop locally!)